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What countries to visit in Europe (50 days) for teenagers

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So for my high school graduation, which is still a few years away, I'd like to go traveling through Europe for a little less than 2 months in the summer. My brother, who will be 16 at the time, wants to come with me as long as he can bring a friend. I'm fine with this as it will be the last time we will get a good amount of time to spend together for a while.

Anyways back to my question, what countries would best suit a bunch of teenagers in Europe? Originally my list was much to long for the amount of time we were there, it consisted of the UK, France, Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Spain, Portugal. We decided this list was much to ambitious and that we wanted to spend a bit more time in each country, not just 3 days.

So we don't really like museums, we're more the type of people that like sightseeing and hiking through nature. I will be 18, but don't plan on drinking much or at all, so that kind of night life is not necessary.

We don't want to be spending a huge amount of money on this trip. We will most likely be sleeping hostels or using Airbnb, as well as using public transport to get from one place to the other. Depending on the price to get from one country to another we will be taking budget flights or the train.

England is a must for us as it is where our father grew up so we have some ancestry there. We'd also like to visit France. All suggestions welcome, thank you for your time.

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